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Princess Kate pregnant with 3rd child: What to know about hyperemesis gravidarum
Princess Kate is pregnant with her third child and suffering from the same condition that struck in her first two pregnancies: hyperemesis gravidarum . Kate was forced to cancel a scheduled engagement today due to her health, Kensington Palace said in a statement announcing Kate’s pregnancy. Read
Princess Kate suffers acute morning sickness in 3rd pregnancy
Kate, 35, also suffered from hyperemesis gravidarum in her pregnancies with Prince George and Princess Charlotte.
Holiday Health Hazards to Avoid This Winter
The holiday season often means having friends, family and even few furry friends come together to spend quality time, while enjoying food, drink and good cheer. But the arrival of winter along with the holiday season also means an increased risk of certain health hazards that can put a damper on
Election Uncertainty Sends Ripples Through Stock Market
The "GMA" team of insiders analyzes some of the biggest stories trending this morning.
Donald Trump Releases Medical Records on Dr. Oz
The co-hosts discuss the Republican nominee's health and flashy way of revealing it.
Benefits of Taking Female Libido Drug Are 'Marginal' Says New Study
The first drug approved by the U.S. Food and Drug administration to target the "female libido" is again facing controversy after a review of studies called the benefits “marginal.” The drug, called flibanserin and marketed as “Addyi,” was designed to help women with hypoactive sexual desire
Trump Would Be 'Healthiest Individual Ever Elected' President, His Doctor Says
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is in excellent health, so good in fact that his doctor said he "can state unequivocally, will be the healthiest individual ever elected to the presidency." In the one page statement, Dr. Harold Borstein, Trump's doctor since 1980, says the GOP
New Study Shows Importance of Lowering Blood Pressure
ABC News' Dr. Richard Besser explains the measures you can take to keep your blood pressure in check.
Cause of Mysterious, Fatal Brain Disease Linked to Mad Cow Disease-Like Proteins
Researchers believe they have found the cause of a mysterious and fatal brain disease that leaves patients with symptom's similar to Parkinson's disease, including rigid muscles, tremors and low blood pressure . Called Multiple System Atrophy (MSA), the disease is rare but devastating, affecting
FDA Approves Female Libido Drug for Use in America
After two rejections, the little pink pill has been approved to make its way to the market.